Android 4.3 was announced at the 'breakfast' event earlier today. This release has Android sticking with Jelly Bean and while many are likely still dreaming of Key Lime Pie, there were some notable improvements with this update.
Google had the 'breakfast' event this morning and there were quite a few items discussed. As we often see, things kicked off with talk of numbers. In regards to the numbers, Google confirmed there had been more than 70 million
Google announced Android 4.3 Jelly Bean earlier today during the 'breakfast' event. While they detailed the changes that one can expect with this update and mentioned how the update would begin rolling out to Nexus devices today
Coming in addition to the new Nexus 7, Google also properly unveiled Android 4.3. In a bit of good news, they also confirmed that Android 4.3 would be rolling out to devices starting today. But before you begin refreshing the
The Galaxy S 4 Google Play edition smartphone ships with Android 4.2, however it looks like the release of Android 4.3 is just around the corner. Of course, we are expecting Google to make the official announcement next week.
Google has an event planned for next week. That event is scheduled for July 24th and speculation is pointing towards an official unveiling of Android 4.3 and the Nexus 7 2. We have seen plenty of rumor and speculation about both
Lava has announced the availability of its XOLO Play T1000, an Android Jelly Bean handset being hailed as a gaming device bearing an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and a 4.7-inch display. The device is now available for purchase in
Those in Europe saw Android 4.2.2 begin arriving for the HTC One earlier in the month. As of today however, that update has begun arriving for those in the UK market. HTC had previously said this would be an aggressive rollout
Boost Mobile looks to have begun rolling out an update for the HTC One SV. This update will bring your handset up to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and is arriving with HTC Sense 4+. Boost Mobile has yet to post an official changelog for
The latest line of Android tablets from the PC giant Lenovo were revealed in Barcelona, Spain during Mobile World Congress, and today a few are finally available for purchase. It's been almost 5 months since we first got our